Kourtney Kardashian confirmed that she is, in fact, dating long-time “friend” Travis Barker.
A mom writes in asking for advice about introducing her kids to a potential new love interest of hers. This mom, who is currently in the process of finalizing her divorce from her children’s’ father, is wondering if it is too soon to introduce her kids to a new man. She has known this man for a long time and has been circling a new relationship with him for several months. She wants him to meet her children, but he thinks it is too soon; he says he would rather wait until her divorce is finalized. But this mom anticipates it may be another year before the divorce is final, and she wants to know how her kids and the new man will get along. What’s the best bet?
A mom writes in asking for advice about her teenage son. She says her son, 15, recently revealed to her that he is dating an almost-18-year-old girl. This mom is potentially concerned about the age difference while also feeling “happy” that her son felt comfortable enough to tell her. She feels like she should at least meet this girl, but she is otherwise looking for advice about how to handle the situation.
A woman writes in asking for advice about her boyfriend. She says that her boyfriend recently told her they needed to take some time apart. After dating for two months, this woman says they argued frequently about petty things. Her boyfriend has not been very clear about how long he wants this break to be, but he says that he cares about her. She is worried that this was a rebound relationship and that maybe she should let it go for good, but first, she wanted to ask for advice.
Planning date nights, generally speaking, is hard enough, but planning a special night that can (must… given most of our current circumstances…) be done at home is even more challenging. It’s just too easy to fall into the habit of getting take out and streaming the latest movie on Netflix. Luckily, there are lots of ways to spruce up your typical stay-at-home date night.
A mom writes in asking for advice about when she might start dating again. This single mom, who has a 13-month-old baby, hasn’t dated anyone since she was six months pregnant. She says her last relationship was bad, but she has recently started feeling open to the idea of letting someone new into her (and her baby’s) life. She asks the community for advice about when people in similar situations knew they were ready to date, the best ways to meet potential partners, and more.
A mom writes in asking for advice about using the popular dating app Tinder. She says she has a 4-month old baby and is looking into getting back into dating. (She hasn’t been with the father of her child for about 10 months.) She wants to know if it would be “weird” for a single mom with an infant to use the app.
Must Love Dogs ring a bell? Let’s just say if you are a proud pup parent, you may want to start including your best friend on your online dating profile and for reasons backed by science. Sort of. Thanks to a new survey of 2,000 Americans who have used a dating app in the past (1,000 of which were pet owners), over a third (39 percent) admitted to swiping right on a profile that featured someone’s dog as they wanted to meet the furball “more than they wanted to meet the person.” Conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by pet food brand “I and love and you,” the survey looked at the relationship between pets and modern-day dating in the world of apps, such as Hinge, Bumble, and Tinder. And of the 2,000 people surveyed, 63 percent said they truly believed having a cute doggo in their profile made their chance of success in online dating shoot upwards. RELATED: Jenelle Evans Got a New Dog as Rumors Swirl She Is Back Together with David Eason, Who Shot and Killed Her Last Dog In addition, 39 percent of participants revealed that they even borrowed a friend’s dog to use in their profile …